Salah pointed out a lesson against Mane, Egypt still lost to Senegal in the CAN final
07 Th2 2022 | 04:28
The camera lens captures a remarkable moment between two Liverpool stars in the match to determine the crown.
Egypt and Senegal are two teams that have eliminated all obstacles to clash in the CAN final.
The two biggest hopes on the front line are none other than two teammates at Liverpool – Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah.
At the beginning of the match, Senegal had a favorable opportunity to take the lead. The referee decided to give Senegal a penalty and Mane was the one to take the responsibility at 11 meters.
The camera lens recorded Salah talking to goalkeeper Mohamed Abou Gabal before his club teammate took the penalty. Mane asks the opponent’s keeper to return to the wooden frame.
Finally, Gabal excellently blocked No. 10 Senegal, preserving the net for Egypt.
A goalless draw in both official time and extra time, the two teams must determine the crown by penalty shootout.
On the penalty spot, Senegal is the more brave team. Mane was the one to successfully take the fifth shot, sealing a 4-2 victory for Senegal.
Salah was probably assigned to take the fifth penalty for his hometown team, unfortunately he did not have the opportunity to do it.
Correcting the mistake right in the final match, Mane won the tournament’s best player award.
The African arena closes, Mane and Salah will return to Liverpool side by side to conquer the remaining goals of the 2021/22 campaign.